Titoki Christian Healing Centre News, Blogs & Newsletters
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Here is our chapel worship leader roster for 11 November to 16 December, 2020
11 November: Ann Kerr
18 November: Marilyn & Graham Blight (come along and meet Titoki's new leaders!)
25 November: Mark & Jan Kingi
2 December: Mereana Arnold
9 December: Tessa Keene
16 December: John & Jeannie Bartley
Please join us at chapel at 10am, followed by morning tea in the main house. All welcome!Posted: Monday 9 November 2020
Check out what's happening at Titoki in September 2020Posted: Wednesday 19 August 2020
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Posted: Friday 24 July 2020
Starting July 5th, Titoki will be running a monthly contemplative practices evening with an emphasis on seeking the sacred. We would love for you to join us!Posted: Thursday 18 June 2020
Here is Titoki's list of retreats and workshops for 2020. Please feel free to share!Posted: Thursday 18 June 2020
We are pleased to announce that our regular Wednesday 10am chapel services will be back up and running from June 3rd, 2020. Morning tea will be served following the services as per usual. We look forward to seeing our regulars and some new faces very soon!Posted: Thursday 28 May 2020
Now that New Zealand has reached Covid-19 Level 2 status, Titoki is able to offer guests self-contained/self-catered accommodation. We have 3 fully-furnished cottages to choose from:
Cottage 1 (Sleeps 1-2) $80 a night*
Cottage 2 (Sleeps 1-3) $100 a night
Cottage 3 (Sleeps 1-6) $150 a night
*Concession available for Cottage 1 for $50 a night if booked in advanced.
Please contact Elinor with any booking enquires. E: firstname.lastname@example.org P: 07 308 6503.Posted: Wednesday 27 May 2020
Congratulations on reaching Alert Level 3, New Zealand! Just a reminder that Titoki will remain closed to visitors, volunteers and contractors, who do not live on site during Alert Level 3. While it doesn't seem like alot will change to our social lives in terms of social distancing, I'm sure we all agree that the change in alert level is very encouraging nonetheless. God bless 🙏Posted: Tuesday 28 April 2020
- All residents living at Titoki must stay at home unless accessing essential services.
- Titoki does not classify as an essential service, so we MUST close to visitors, volunteers, contractors who do not live on site.
- As of Thursday, 26th March 2020, breaches of self-isolation for non-essential services will be enforced by NZ Police and NZ Defence Officers and carries both fines and jail time.
- If anyone who has been at Titoki becomes an infected case, Public Health officials will contact trace and need to know where they have been. Titoki will be named as a place that breached the Level Four restrictions and this information will be released within the media as a public health service. We do not want this happening to us.
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In light of Covid-19 restrictions, Titoki will cease chapel services immediately until further notice. We pray that our congregants stay safe and well.Posted: Saturday 21 March 2020
Commencing this Friday, March 13th, Titoki will be closed for a period of seven weeks to create space for a leadership transition and a well deserved rest for our hard-working team.
We will be receiving guests and resuming all usual activities again from Monday 4th May. Please contact us with any booking enquires.E: email@example.com Phone: 07 308 6503
May grace, peace and healing love be extended to all. We look forward to hosting you at this special place when we re-open.
The Titoki Board of Trustees.Posted: Monday 9 March 2020
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